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Professor Jane
McKenzie

Professor Jane McKenzie

Jane McKenzie is Professor of Management Knowledge and Learning at Henley Business school. She and Christine have worked together in the KM forum since 2000. She took over from Christine as Director of the Forum in 2009.  Like Christine she has led or been involved in many of the research projects, and they have co-authored many papers together, as well as a book in 2004.  She developed broad experience in a variety of financial, marketing and operations management roles during her 15 years in industry in both large organizations and SMEs. She believes making connections and managing contradictions is an essential part of using knowledge and learning.  Managers and leaders who know how to join up the dots create the conditions for organizational development and sustainable business value.

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In this Oil & Gas IQ webinar, 30-year project contracts professional, Ian Foster, analyses findings from the recent contract growth industry survey. In his discussion, Ian will address each issue and offer real-world methods that can be applied today to avoid these problems on current and future projects....Full Article »
In oil and gas, reducing risk and cutting costs is more critical than ever in the drive for operational excellence.  How do we achieve this? By ensuring a single, shared view of the operational reality is disseminated throughout an organisation. In that way, everyone knows what’s happening, where it’s happening and when it’s happening, all of...Full Article »
In this post-Macondo era in the upstream oil and gas industry, well design and Integrity across the full well life-cycle is now of increasing concern to industry management and regulators. Industry research indicates that a large number of wells are affected by integrity problems. In this webinar we take a look at how ISO standard 16530-1 can help...Full Article »
In the past two years, more than $400 billion-worth megaprojects have been postponed, re-phased, re-cycled or cancelled:  it is unlikely that any of them will ever feature in the future energy landscape. Yet this is potentially a good thing. Over the span of the previous decade, the majority of oil and gas megaprojects have landed more...Full Article »
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The desire to automate business processes and remote connectivity in critical infrastructure is rising due to the efficiencies gained through the interconnection of standard IT or “business” networks to these critical operational systems or Operational Technology (OT). And due to the modernization of technologies used in critical infrastructure...Full Article »
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The ageing assets present the Oil and Gas industry with a continuous and growing challenge.There is incorrect or missing legacy information, lack of integrity, unsafe situations and inefficient execution of operation and maintenance. Given that a facility may have been in operation for a number of decades, critical information may be incompatible...Full Article »
Performance Management Oil and EnergyAsset Performance Management (APM) solutions are being revisited by end users as they, like many other applications in the Digital Oilfield have underperformed relative to customer expectations.  It is believed that one of the challenges past in performance management in oil and energy is that APM products...Full Article »
The oil  gas industry is going through tough times. Low oil prices are putting further pressure on companies to hit higher levels of efficiency and productivity whilst still making cost reductions. A trend common amongst the industry's leading operators, primary and secondary distributors and oilfield service companies is the use of...Full Article »
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The webinar will be a journey that will show you how oil & gas "Company X" can fall foul of a cyber attack, what the stages of such an attack are and where they come from. In a "when" rather than "if" scenario, it will be most important to react to these attacks and limit the damage, whilst learning how to monitor and be prepared for future...Full Article »
Oil prices have fallen sharply in recent months, which has had a significant impact on the oil and gas industry worldwide. As a result, the industry demands higher productivity and lower costs, meaning numerous greenfield projects have been put on hold and plant lifecycles have to be prolonged.Many Owner Operators (OOs) increasingly focus on ways...Full Article »
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